The Berkeley Balcony Tragedy: More Inspections Aren’t Enough

In the early morning of June 16, 2015, in Berkeley, California, the lives of 6 young people were snuffed out because the balcony they were standing on collapsed. Building failures happen all the time, but the press and government largely ignore them because nobody died.    Read the article……….


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